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Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education & Relationships Education

Wymondley Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education Policy...

Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education at Wymondley is taught through the following content...

 

Our new personal, social, health, emotional and relationships curriculum is taught through the Jigsaw scheme. Each year’s lessons are broken down into six puzzles, one to be taught each half term. Every year group learns the same puzzle (age related) at the same time taking the whole school on their journey together. The teaching of the Jigsaw program aims to promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and in society therefore preparing them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life. We hope that the documents below prove useful to you in giving further information.

 

Year 1/2Year 3/4Year 5/6
Autumn

Being in Me my World

Celebrating Differences

Being in Me my World

Celebrating Differences

Being in Me my World

Celebrating Differences

Spring

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Positive Transition to Secondary

Summer

Relationships

Changing Me

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Positive Transition to Secondary

 

Enrichment OpportunitiesLinks Across the Curriculum

Whole School Mental Health Focus using 'Wonder' texts across all classes.

Helping us to celebrate our unique features and talents.

Whole School body positivity focus linked to Children's  Mental Health week.

Focusing on 'What healthy feels like' and what our wonderful bodies can do. Supported by Challenge Sport Education's wellbeing workshop for all classes,

delivering positive body affirmations whilst enjoying exercising.

Values education across the school through regular assemblies and Jigsaw learning. Encouraging resilience, self efficacy and independence in all aspects of school life. Enjoying mindfulness and time for reflection within the school day.

 

Forest School 

Physical Education 

 

Extra Curricular activities including Buddy Club for Reception, Year One and Year Six, Yoga, Lego and Mindful Colouring. Also Gardening Club, Cooking Club.

 

 

Through these puzzles, the children learn and develop the following skills...

PSHE in action at Wymondley...

 

    
    
    

 

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